Sarah Shook & The Disarmers – New Ways To Fail & Will Stewart – Sipsey

It’s 3.30 am here in Finland, but there’s still time for one late night video post. Why the hell not, because there’s new music videos available from some of my recent favourite albums.

First up is the latest video from the new Sarah Shook & The Disarmers album Years that is out and available on Bloodshot Records. It’s been a year of Sarah Shook & The Disarmers for me. Years is one hell of a record in my books and I also saw them play live at STHLM Americana and absolutely loved the concert. New Ways To Fail is an outtake from that mighty album and this new video that was directed by Hannah Welever shows that skateboarding and country music work together perfectly (Ok, judging by the fun end to the video, the band members might not master the skateboard quite as well as their music instruments at this moment in time, but I’m sure they get a hang of it).

Sarah Shook & The Disarmers Website

Will Stewart’s awesome album County Seat came out in April on Cornelius Chapel Records. I shared the lead single Sipsey early in the year, but there’s a good reason for a revisit, because Jason Hamric directed this music video for the song.

Here’s another gorgeous track Rosalee from the new Will Stewart album.

Will Stewart Website

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Hand Habits – Book on How to Change (video)

I had a couple of hours to write the blog, but somehow I just wasn’t able to start and now it’s too late, because it’s 1 am and dayjob is already lurking behind the corner. To not let the evening be complete waste, I’ll do a quick video post. I shortly wrote about the beautiful Hand Habits album Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void) back in February when it came out on Woodsist, but I still haven’t posted the video of magnificent album outtake Book on How To Change. A reason to revisit the album is that next month there’s time to write those pointless end of the year lists and therefore I’ve been going through the albums I’ve fallen in love with during the year. Hand Habits album fall into that category. This is one of the highlights of the album.

Hand Habits at Facebook

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Leah Senior – You Were Not Fit For The Day (video)

I mentioned Australian folk singer-songwriter Leah Senior a few weeks ago, but a reminder is in order because a) her new album Pretty Faces came out today on Flightless Records b) There’s also a new music video for album cut You Were Not Fit For The Day. I love this one almost as much as the first outtake and now all that’s left to decide is whether I order a vinyl from Australia or just settle for buying a download.

Leah Senior Website

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